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A.B. LOGISTICS is a reputed Customs House Agent with 20 years of expertise in handling Customs clearance of Import & Export Cargo both Air and Sea from all major ports. A name to reckon with in service excellence. Our success stems from its commitment towards providing second to none services to Internatonal Business.

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Bill of Entry: 

 

Bill of entry is one of the major import document for import customs clearance. As explained previously, Bill of Entry is the legal document to be filed by CHA or Importer duly signed. Bill of Entry is one of the indicators of ‘total outward remittance of country’ regulated by Reserve Bank and Customs department. Bill of entry must be filed within thirty days of arrival of goods at a customs location.
Commercial Invoice.

 

Invoice is the prime document in any business transactions. Invoice is one of the documents required for import customs clearance for value appraisal by concerned customs official. Assessable value is calculated on the basis of terms of delivery of goods mentioned in commercial invoice produced by importer at customs location.
Bill of Lading / Airway bill :BL/AWB is one of the documents required for import customs clearance.Bill of lading under sea shipment or Airway bill under air shipment is carrier’s document required to be submitted with customs for import customs clearance purpose. Bill of lading or Airway bill issued by carrier provides the details of cargo with terms of delivery.
Import License : import license may be required as one of the documents for import customs clearance procedures and formalities under specific products. This license may be mandatory for importing specific goods as per guide lines provided by government.
Insurance certificate Insurance certificate is one of the documents required for import customs clearance procedures. Insurance certificate is a supporting document against importer’s declaration on terms of delivery. Insurance certificate under import shipment helps customs authorities to verify, whether selling price includes insurance or not. This is required to find assessable value which determines import duty amount.
Purchase order/Letter of Credit Purchase order is one of the documents required for import customs clearance. A purchase order reflects almost all terms and conditions of sale contract which enables the customs official to confirm on value assessment. If an import consignment is under letter of credit basis, the importer can submit a copy of Letter of Credit along with the documents for import clearance.
Industrial License if any An industrial license copy may be required under specific goods importing. If Importer claims any import benefit as per guidelines of government, such Industrial License can be produced to avail the benefit.
RCMC. Registration cum Membership Certificate if any For the purpose of availing import duty exemption from government agencies under specific goods, production of RCMC with customs authorities is one of the requirements for import clearance.
Test report if any The customs officials may not be able to identify the quality of goods imported. In order to assess the value of such goods, customs official may draw sample of such imported goods and arranges to send for testing to government authorized laboratories. The concerned customs officer can complete appraisement of such goods only after obtaining such test report.
DEEC/DEPB /ECGC or any other documents for duty benefits If importer avails any duty exemptions against imported goods under different schemes like DEEC/DEPB/ECGC etc.
Central excise document if any If importer avails any central excise benefit under imported goods, the documents pertaining to the same need to be produced along with other import customs clearance documents.
GATT/DGFT declaration.As per the guidelines of Government of India, every importer needs to file GATT declaration and DGFT declaration along with other import customs clearance documents with customs.  

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We are counted as the remarkable Import Export Consultant engaged in offering consultancy services related to import and export of various kinds of products and services. Provided services are extensively demanded by various organizations for the sale, purchase and issuance of various kinds of licenses such as DEPB, FPS, FMS, VKGUY, DFIA, EPCG, SHIS, SFIS and license of fabrics and chemicals. Our reliability, cost-effectiveness and on-time completion of undertaken cases have made us reputed Import Export Consultant in this domain

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